There's been a spate of two-wheeled accidents across the Gold Coast overnight.
The first happened at Nerang just after 6pm on Wednesday when a bike collided with a car, injuring a teenage boy.
The crash at the intersection of Nerang Connection Road and North Street left the teenager with an arm injury, and was taken to Gold Coast University Hospital in a stable condition.
Then at around 8pm a man was hurt in a motorised scooter crash in Surfers Paradise at the corner of Remembrance Drive and Clifford Street.
He suffered facial injuries and was taken to hospital.
At around midnight Queensland Ambulance crews were called to Robina, where a motorcycle had collided with a parked car.
A man in his 30s suffered an arm injury in the crash on Robina Parkway, also taken to hospital.
While that wasn't the end of things for paramedics, who also attended a car-on-truck collision at Pimpama.
That crash happened on Guara Grove just after 6am on Thursday, with a man in his 20s suffering facial, hand and chest injuries taken to Gold Coast University Hospital.
A teenage girl was also taken to hospital with a knee injury.